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‘Ch**te we will kill your family’: Nasim, Mushtaq and aides hurl casteist abuses; threaten Dalit family to leave village after they are stopped from cutting a tree

“‘Ch**te we will kill your family’: Nasim, Mushtaq and aides hurl casteist abuses; threaten Dalit family to leave village after they are stopped from cutting a tree”, Opindia, March 19, 2024:

“On Saturday, March 16, a Dalit family filed an FIR against some Muslim men accusing them of threatening and pressuring them to leave their village in Uttar Pradesh’s Bulandshahr district. The accused Muslim men reportedly exerted pressure on the victim’s family by brandishing weapons at them. They also hurled casteist abuses at the Dalit family, while threatening them with dire consequences if they did not accede to their demands.

In this case, the victim filed a complaint against Naseem, Tapis, Haris, Mushtaq, and Yasin with the court. Based on the victim’s complaint, an FIR was filed on the 16th of March. The FIR also mentions several other unidentified people.

The case pertains to Kotwali Dehat, a police station area in Bulandshahr. Netrapal Jatav, a resident of the village Dariyapur here, filed an FIR with the police on Saturday (March 16) through the court. In the FIR, Netrapal identified himself as a simple person and stated that on 5th January, Naseem, Tapis, Haris, Mushtaq, and Yasin forcibly cut down a Sheesham tree planted in his field. This tree was roughly 50 years old, and the named accused and some unknown others hacked it down, placed it into a trolley and hauled it away…..”

Read the full article at Opindia.com

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